Contents tagged with Coronavirus

17 April 2020

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in Britain, and even more so since ‘lockdown’ there has been some concern over kill capacity in Great Britain.

17 April 2020

French crop conditions have declined over the past week as rainfall in the country remains below average.

17 April 2020

Economic forecasts have been significantly revised

16 April 2020

The upheaval in dairy markets of the last few weeks calmed slightly this week.

16 April 2020

As the European wholesale SMP price continues to fall, could we see sellers turning to intervention in the near future?

15 April 2020

Just as in the UK, across the pond, some US dairy producers are being left with no option but to dispose of milk on farm, due to challenges in the supply chain.

14 April 2020

GB daily milk deliveries record milk collected and delivered to processors, meaning milk not collected will not be included.

10 April 2020

How to reduce costs and actively control a reduction in your herd’s production during the current milk situation,

20 July 2020

The options to reduce milk production and manage operating costs

9 April 2020

This week has seen spot markets under further pressure as increasing amounts of milk became available.

9 April 2020

In recent weeks retail demand for mince has risen sharply. There is some product available from foodservice that could be diverted into retail, however this is unlikely to be enough to cover the increase in demand for mince at retail level.

9 April 2020

As we move through unprecedented times, we often have to look outside the box to find the drivers of markets. Over the past fortnight, wheat prices have been increasingly driven by global macroeconomics. However, as the macroeconomics are increasingly factored in, markets for products that are substitutable for wheat also become key to market direction.

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